Big Brother's Daley Ojuederie removed from house
Big Brother bosses have removed boxer Daley Ojuederie from the house due to his "aggressive behaviour".
The 28-year-old acted in a threatening way to fellow contestant Hazel O'Sullivan, who he had been having a close relationship with.
During a row he told the 24-year-old model he would "nut her one".
He was also accused of slapping Hazel on the bottom, clasping her around the neck and pinning her to a bed by both arms.
Channel 5 released a statement saying: "Due to threatening and aggressive behaviour towards Hazel O'Sullivan we have taken the decision to remove Daley Ojuederie from the Big Brother House."
Police have not been involved.
The pair had won a public vote to get immunity from eviction this week.
Daley Ojuederie already had a girlfriend of eight months when he entered the house 33 days ago.
In his biography for the show, the professional middleweight fighter said he had been unfaithful in the past but would never cheat on his current girlfriend.
He would bring entertainment to the house without "getting it on with people," he added.
Four other contestants, Jemima Slade, Gina Rio, Dexter Koh and Dan Neal, have been issued with formal warnings about their behaviour towards the other housemates so far this series.
The reality show was launched on UK television in 2000 and was a huge hit for Channel 4 for 10 years.
Channel 5 started showing the series in 2011.
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